Clean Technologies To Fight Coronavirus And Other Biological Risks by Bogan for Modern Survival Blog
Like many regulars on this board the coronavirus situation has got me concerned, although ever-resolute in my duty to protect my family.
It is worth repeating that the time to prepare is now, when supplies are still somewhat available, not when society at large has panicked and nothing is available.
The risk set we are all confronted with is the viral and biological component of “Nuclear, Biological, Chemical”.
My initial experiences coming to grips with biological risks came back in the days of the anthrax scare. Back then, it seemed the top things you could do were stock up on “Cipro”, bleach, nitrile gloves, surgical face masks, N95/100 respirators and wash hands regularly.
Then came SARS, and a compounding of equipment (tyvek suits, foggers, etc) chemicals and more.
My my my. What a different world we live in now. Now we have coronavirus, and who knows what else. Many of these formerly easily obtainable products are now hard to come by, especially in the “affordable” category.
As a consequence, someone just getting started in their preparations is at a disadvantage to those who have been plodding along one prep at a time, for years.
There is some happy news, however. This is something I’ve come to realize when evaluating my preparations, and assessing the gaps between where I am and where I need to be.
A concern I have had over the years is with all the chemicals, bleach and others, that are considered effective in treating surface and airborne contaminants and viruses.
A side effect of these is that they are…chemicals! What alternatives might be available?
Ozone Generators | UV Light | HEPA Filters
The answers converged on me in connection with other things going on in our lives, that clicked when applying to the coronavirus: the use of ozone generators, UV light, and HEPA filters.